In today’s world screens are constantly with us in all facets of life - the demand for content has never been greater. The challenge is how to fill those screens with creative and engaging content. Our students meet that challenge with passion and innovation through engaged, collaborative teamwork.
In recognition of the diversity of skills and opportunities in the screen industry sector, our major is provides a choice of pathways which allow students to develop their own interests across three key streams: production, screen theory, and scriptwriting.
The creative potential offered by current and emerging digital production technologies is limitless. Innovation and experimentation are encouraged as learning experiences - our ethos is more production, more often! A significant number of films are completed in many genres and only a small sample of work can be represented in this space.
Theory meets Practice
Reflective screen practice is important in understanding the history, context, and potentials of our encounters with present and future screen technologies. Each July we hold the Screen Evolution Exhibition, a public event showcasing student installation work offering hands-on encounters with screen experiments. These encounters are engaging, thought-provoking and sometimes even hilarious!
All screen production work begins with a creative concept, and scriptwriting is a valued part of what we do. Sharing and developing ideas with other students builds confidence and an industry-relevant skill base. Scriptwriting students take up the challenge of writing for many different genres and formats including short drama, web series, television, feature film, animation and documentary.
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